NEXT PROGRAM: Tuesday, December 11,
2018 at 7:30
pm at the College Park Airport Operations Building
Movie Night: High Tide in Dorchester
Join the Prince George’s Audubon Society and Patuxent Bird Club for
popcorn and other refreshments to enjoy during our annual movie night.
High Tide in Dorchester, seen by many on Maryland Public Television, is
a film produced by Bay Journal that encourages discussions and actions
concerning sea level rise, erosion and climate change in Dorchester
County. The film creates a powerful, intimate story that looks at a
worsening global threat through the lens of Chesapeake Bay’s most
vulnerable county. The 4th largest of MD’s 23 counties, this low-lying
county on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, is destined to drop
to 14th by 2100 – or sooner – as waters rise and erosion worsens. High
Tide is a wake-up call that it’s time to retreat from the shoreline
that has historically drawn watermen and their families to their
edges. The film will be introduced by David Curson, Ph.D, one of the
featured experts in the film.
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page for more details.
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page for information about the current Board of Directors.
See photos from some of our recent community events on the Photos
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page to see
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|Welcome to the home page of the Prince George's Audubon
a local chapter of the National Audubon Society serving Audubon members
in the northern part of Prince George's County, Maryland. PGAS
established in 1972 as a non-profit organization with officers and a
of directors, all volunteers, elected by the general membership.
Membership in PGAS is obtained through the National Audubon
PGAS members receive our chaper newsletter, The Bluebird, and are
to actively participate in chapter activities including a monthly
series, bird walks, field trips, annual bird counts, and other special
This website is for members of PGAS to keep up to date
on program and
field trip schedules and other chapter activities. In addition,
website serves as a resource for non-members to find out more about
and PGAS and to explore the benefits of membership. Non-members
welcome to participate in our meetings and field trips and are free to
take advantage of the local birding and environmental information on
website as well as the links to a wide range of related information
on the internet. Of course, if you live in northern Prince
County we would love to have you as a PGAS member, and membership
is always available.